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Attentional Plan Execution for Human-Robot Cooperation

Abstract : In human-robot interactive scenarios communication and collaboration during task execution are crucial issues. Since the human behavior is unpredictable and ambiguous, an interactive robotic system is to continuously interpret intentions and goals adapting its executive and communicative processes according to the users behaviors. In this work, we propose an integrated system that exploits attentional mechanisms to flexibly adapt planning and executive processes to the multimodal human-robot interaction.
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Jonathan Cacace, Riccardo Caccavale, Michelangelo Fiore, Rachid Alami, Alberto Finzi. Attentional Plan Execution for Human-Robot Cooperation. 2nd Italian Workshop on Artificial Intelligence and Robotics (AIRO 2015), A workshop of the XIV International Conference of the Italian Association for Artificial Intelligence (AI*IA 2015), Sep 2015, Ferrare, Italy. pp.19-28. ⟨hal-01955070⟩

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